Member of Kampot Pepper Promotion Association

WORLD'S FINEST PEPPER: Perfection is in the small details..

  1. Drying of Red Pepper
    Drying of Red Pepper
  2. Fresh Peppercorns
    Fresh Peppercorns
  3. Pepper  Plants
    Pepper Plants
  4. Medium Pack 500 gram to 1 kg
    Medium Pack 500 gram to 1 kg
  5. Medium Pack Red Pepper
    Medium Pack Red Pepper
  6. Export 5kg Version
    Export 5kg Version
  7. Export 10kg Version
    Export 10kg Version
  8. Retail 150 gram Version
    Retail 150 gram Version
  9. VCorp Tea Series
    VCorp Tea Series
  10. VCorp Tea Series
    VCorp Tea Series
  11. VCorp Tea Series
    VCorp Tea Series
  12. VCorp Tea Series
    VCorp Tea Series
  13. Kampot Peppers
    Kampot Peppers
  14. Kampot White Pepper
    Kampot White Pepper
  15. Kampot Peppers
    Kampot Peppers
  16. King of Pepper
    King of Pepper
  17. Fresh Peppercorns
    Fresh Peppercorns
  18. Vcorp Kampot Pepper
    Vcorp Kampot Pepper
  19. Vcorp Kampot Pepper
    Vcorp Kampot Pepper
Cambodia's Kampot Pepper is regarded as the King of Peppers due to its complex flavours and pungent aroma. For this reason it is highly sought after by European chefs and food connoisseurs. It was considered an essential spice in any respectable restaurant in France during the mid 20th century but faded from the world market due to the actions of the Khmer Rouge regime. Between the sea and the mountains on Cambodia's south eastern coastline, Kampot’s pepper plantations thrive in ideal growing conditions. Rich minerals in the soil, abundant rainfall and sunshine, as well as the farmers’ traditional cultivation methods combine to produce the exceptional Kampot Pepper.
Kampot pepper farmers utilise generations of experience growing premium pepper and are still growing pepper without the use of pesticides or chemical fertilisers. Even individual peppercorns are picked by hand to ensure complete control of harvest times as this effects all stages of production especially for the rarer white and red pepper. During the late 19th and first half of the 20th century French colonials exported pepper from Kampot and the region's high-grade product became the most sought after pepper in the world. A standard ingredient in any respected restaurant in France.


The delimited geographical area for the production of Kampot pepper consists in the following districts- (A) Kampong Trach, (B) Dang Tong, (C) Bantheay Meas, (D) Angkor Chey, (E) Kampong Bay, (F) Kampot, (G) Kep and (H) Domnak Chongaer.
To be eligible for the production of Kampot pepper, the plot of land does not have only to be located in the delimited geographical area, but has also to fulfil specific conditions related to its soil and location as developed in “Production Methods” under the Book of Specifications. Production, processing and packaging have to be done in the delimited geographical area.

National Geographical Indication Logo is crucial management tool authorize to use it for any member of Geographical Indication Association on the final product after being completely certified by external control body (Third party) for compliance with the Code of Practice (CoP) of the producers and operators by the Department of Intellectual Property Rights, Ministry of Commerce.


Kampot is a province of Cambodia. It borders the provinces of Koh Kong and Kampong Speu to the north, Takeo to the east, Sihanoukville to the west and Kep as well as a long coastline on the Gulf of Thailand to the south.
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Kampot Pepper Promotion Association, registered in 2008, is in charge of managing the Kampot Pepper geographical indication. It defines the book of requirements, validates the land plots, implements the internal controls and watch over the promotion and the correct use of the name "Kampot Pepper".
This inter-professional association regroups all the players of the industry: producers, traders, processors and packagers. Only members of this association may commercialize "Kampot Pepper". The logo placed on the final packaging is the guarantee of the origin and the quality of Kampot Pepper.